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Why is Underfloor Heating the Better Option for Your Home?

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Why is Underfloor Heating the Better Option for Your Home?  It seems like the fantastic weather we enjoyed over the summer is fading into a distant memory, as the temperatures have dropped and the nights are getting dark earlier. It was nice whilst it lasted but now we have got to that stage of the year where it is time …

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Grow Along – Building Bridges Between Cultures By Learning Language (Plus Giveaway!)

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com2 Comments

 As a multilingual person (I’m Hungarian and I speak English, German and Spanish) I can tell you one thing: the ONLY way to learn a language is listening and talking to a native speaker. There are no books, no courses, no learning audiovisuals which can replace human interaction and conversation. I’ve learnt all these languages by being in contact with …

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My Green And Ethical Picks Of The Month: September

In Green, Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com8 Comments

One of my favourite thing about my blog is that I have this massive opportunity to make a difference. I use my blog to spread the word and make people aware of green and ethical issues. I find, that the best way is to do this by introducing other options, that are positive choices for people and planet. We don’t …

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Living DNA Review – My DNA Adventure

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com6 Comments

I am a great believer of liberalism. I do my best to support and promote the ideas gender and race equality, freedoms of speech, religion (although, I myself being a humanist, I’d rather live in a secular world). I try to make ethical decisions based on reason, empathy, tolerance and science. The respect of other human beings irrespective of class, race or creed as well as other …

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Review & Giveaway: VonShef Halogen Oven From Domu Brands

In Foodie Me, Giveaways, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com65 Comments

I quite like nice food and cooking but until now I have never heard of halogen ovens. So if you’re like me, you might want to know how does it work. It is essentially just like your oven, just smaller. There’s one big difference though I’d like to highlight immediately: halogen oven cooks way faster then your regular oven so …

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5 Top Lazy Gardening Tips – Lovely Garden With Little Effort

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Everyone wants a great, lush garden with their favourite plants where they can relax and the children can play. My dad is a garden enthusiast, he has a garden others would die for with a great, decades old walnut tree housing the grandchildren’s swings. With rose bushes, lavender and neatly cut shrubs. He even managed to tucke away a little …

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Top Tips For Buying Your Next Garden Shed

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You may be requiring a garden shed for several reasons. They will make your life much easier by helping out with storage of valuable items, entertaining the kids or having a cool place to retreat in the summer. When you get to the buying process, it helps to have some points of consideration in mind, so you can end up …

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Make Your Garden Great Again

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No matter how much you love your home, there will come a time where things will begin to come a little bit undone. It can be big or small, but no matter what the issue may be, they can come out of nowhere or build up over time, and before you know it you’ll be running around like a headless …

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Our Narbonne Holiday: Le Domaine de Montlaurès Review

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This was the first time we booked a holiday home, a small “mansion” in Southern France, near Narbonne. Booking a house for holiday is always a bit risky, you never really know what you get because the photos can be really pretty, sometimes even manipulated and there’s a chance of disappointment. I guess it’s like with every aspect of a …

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Chocolate Chip And Black Cherry Muffins With Coconut Sugar

In Foodie Me by eva.katona@yahoo.com6 Comments

Who doesn’t love chocolate muffins? I definitely do and so do my children – well, of course they do! I like large, soft and moist muffins, the kind of muffins I used to eat for brekkie when I lived in Australia – still love them every now and then for breakfast. These muffins have a superbly moist and tender crumb, …